VH-XFX. de Havilland Canada DHC-8-311. c/n 313.
Construction completed at Downsview, Toronto - July 1992
Entered onto the Canadian Aircraft Register as C-GFOD - July 28, 1992
Registered to de Havilland, Canada
First flown at Downsview as C-GFOD - July 28, 1992
Powered by Pratt & Whitney Canada PW123 turboprop engines
Cancelled from the Canadian Aircraft Register - October 15, 1992
Entered onto the Austrian Aircraft Register as OE-LEC - October 1992
Registered to - ?
Delivered to Tyrolean Airways - October 25, 1992
Observed at Frankfurt in all-white livery with small 'Tyrolean' titles under cockpit window - July 22, 1994
Leased to Interot Airways - May 1995
Returned to Tyrolean Airways on termination of lease - September 1995
Leased to Schreiner Airways - April 09, 1996
Sub-leased to Sabena Airways - April 09, 1996
Observed at Dusseldorf in basic Tyrolean livery with Sabena titles - July 27, 1996
Returned to Tyrolean Airways on termination of lease - October 14, 1996
Cancelled from the Austrian Aircraft Register - September 1997
Entered onto the German Aircraft Register as D-BHAM - September 1997
Registered to Elveden Investment Ltd
Leased to Augsburg Airways - September 30, 1997
Painted into Team Lufthansa livery and operated for Lufthansa
Sub-leased to Cirrus Airlines - February 2003
Observed at Dusseldorf in all-white livery with 'Team Lufthansa' titles - February 05, 2003
Registered to Elveden Investment Ltd - March 02, 2003
Sub-leased to Cirrus Airlines as registered operator
Observed at Athens operating for Olympic Aviation with 'Team Lufthansa' titles - September 25, 2003
Observed at Berlin (Templehof) in all-white livery with Cirrus Airlines - June 21, 2004
Observed at Lugarno with Cirrus Airlines tail colors and titles - December 04, 2004
Withdrawn from use and prepared for sale to Skippers Aviation - 2007
Cancelled from the German Aircraft Register - April 13, 2007
Entered onto the Australia Aircraft Register as VH-XFX - April 13, 2007
Registered to Skippers Aviation Pty Ltd, Subiaco, Western Australia
Departed Saarbrucken on ferry flight to Australia in full Skippers livery - April 13, 2007
Arrived Perth at conclusion of ferry flight - April 17, 2007
Ferry route: Saarbrucken - Luxor - Salalah - Colombo - Cocos Island - Perth
Operated first revenue service - ?
Current with Skippers Aviation
OE-LEC. Tyrolean - in the all-white livery at Amsterdam Airport, December 1993.
OE-LEC. Sabena - in the basic Tyrolean livery at an unknown airport, May 1996.
VH-XFX. Skippers - in the standard livery at Perth Airport, August 2012.